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Chris Brown: “One day, I’ll be recognized when I’m gone”

The American singer, Chris Brown was in a reflexive mood last weekend as he tackled the fact of not being recognized for his talent and contribution to music while he is still alive.

He reveals that when he’s gone, people will make a film about him, telling him how big he was.

He wrote on Instagram:


“One day, they’re going to make a film about this kid, telling him how he was one of the biggest and watching the opponent in the eye, no matter what they tell him. HE DID MUSIC THAT COUNTED AND HELPED SO PEOPLE TO BELIEVE IN THEIR CAPACITY AND IN THEIR OWN DESTINY. It’s pretty sad that all these things are recognized when I’m gone! . BUT FOR THE MOMENT, I REMAIN HUMBLE / CREATIVE (myself) and finally raise my consciousness. “


Written by How Africa

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